Origin of pour
OTHER WORDS FROM pour
How to use pour in a sentence
Come then, and let the wine-pourer give pious portions to our cups, that after a libation we may lay aside curved bows.
This means a Strong-breasted one, the Pourer or Shredder forth of spiritual and temporal blessings.The Bible Book by Book|Josiah Blake Tidwell
It was Jerry Flinn who told me how he had worked up from his first job as laborer, to a position as steel pourer.
The furnace man gets rather low wages, while the steel pourer is well paid and works eight hours a day for six days in the week.
There is a considerable difference between a blast furnace foreman and a Bessemer steel pourer.
British Dictionary definitions for pour
Derived forms of pourpourer, noun
Word Origin for pour
usage for pour
Other Idioms and Phrases with pour
In addition to the idioms beginning with pour
- pour cold water on
- pour oil on troubled waters
- pour on the coal
- pour out one's heart
- it never rains but it pours